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Russ Farmer

Russ is the Co-owner of ReliAscent LLC and also owns ADA Technologies, Inc., a Colorado-based research and product development business.
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Introduction to Government Contract Management Part II - The Proposal

Posted by Russ Farmer on Thu, May 27, 2021 @ 09:20 AM

The Contract Management and Administration function is critical to the success of any government contractor, both large and small. The Contract Manager (“CM”) is responsible for “the business” aspect of the procurement effort from start to finish.

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Topics: government contract management, Preparing a Government Contract Cost Proposal, government contract management consulting, Preparing a government proposal, government contract management services, government contract manager responsibilities


Introduction to Government Contract Management - Part I: The RFP Review

Posted by Russ Farmer on Fri, May 07, 2021 @ 09:52 AM

The Contract Management and Administration function is critical to the success of any government contractor, both large and small. The Contract Manager (“CM”) is responsible for “the business” aspect of the procurement effort from start to finish.

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Topics: government contract management, DCAA Audits, government contract administration, government contract management consulting, outsourced government contract management, Government RFP Review Process, dcaa audit support


Can I use a PEO and still be a Small Business Government Contractor?

Posted by Russ Farmer on Tue, Oct 04, 2016 @ 11:00 AM

This question comes up from time to time both for small business set-aside procurements, and for the SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) program.  In both cases, there are questions about the number of employees a company has.  If a small business is using a PEO (Professional Employer Organization), then their “employees” actually receive W-2s at year end from the PEO and not the small business.  Does this mean (for Government contracting purposes), they have no employees, or could it mean the number of “employees” is actually the total number of employees of the PEO?

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Topics: PEO, Professional Employer Organization, PEO's and Small Business, PEO's and SBC's